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't understand how you can be silent about the terrorism, because i know your values. i have lived in america. and your silence is abhorrent in comparison to what you stand up for in your own country. >> reporter: he said the government intends to investigate whether its security forces used excessive force in the past week, but he insisted protesters have attacked government buildings, churches and hospitals. >> we can debate whether there was restraint or not, and we will differ, but do you really want to stand up and say burning hospitals isn't terrorism? >> reporter: at the same time, are you willing to accept the security forces fired into crowds? >> fired into targets into crowds, i'm sure they did, fired into targets in crowded areas, i'm sure they did, but they were targeting particular issues and people, particular threats. >> reporter: and that the other people in the crowd were collateral damage? >> there was also shooting from inside the crowd. >> reporter: every night on egyptian television, you see nothing but videos allegedly showing people carrying guns in these muslim brother
of america's pastime. major league baseball announces plans to expand instant replay on the field. >>> and it's two pounds of fur and fangs. scientists introduce a new species yis to the world. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, august 15th, 2013. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin in egypt where the muslim brotherhood is calling for nationwide protests today. hundreds were killed wednesday when security forces moved in on morsi supporters and the violence that followed. this morning the government authorized the use of deadly force against protessers who target police and public building. jericka duncan has more. >> reporter: the potential for violence and even more deaths is high today in egypt as both sides have called for demonstrations after friday prayers. the death toll for wednesday clashes has officially surpassed 600, and it continues to rise. some funerals are already being held, but so many people were killed the week that families are struggling to even claim the bodies of their loved ones. there is concern among many in the internationa
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: with no local soccer role models in texas, as a kid dempsey watched the greats from south america. a free wheeling style he believes he is now return to. >> i felt when i was in europe i was a little bit limited in that regard. so looking forward to getting back to doing a little bit more of the reason why i fell in love with the game. >> reporter: the move, though, hasn't come without questions. some wonder why a player at the pinnacle of his profession would reenter a league with significantly less talent. >> i saw a radio piece that was headlined is clint dempsey too good for the mls. when you see that, what is your reaction? >> it's a compliment that people think i'm a good player. i remember when people didn't think i was good. i remember being the rookie coming into the league with a big chip on my shoulder trying to prove myself and seems like you have to prove yourself every year. >> reporter: tonight in seattle, dempsey will try to prove himself once again. a man nicknamed captain america is about to be seen a lot more here. jeff glor, cbs news, new york. >> coming up after your
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finishing at a record high. the nasdaq was up 49 points. >> bank of america may be facing new legal troubles in connection with bad residential mortgages it made during the housing boom. the bank says the justice department is considering filing civil charges against it. add issues bundles of mortgage-backed securities known as cdos or collateralized obligations, many sold off and many of them soured. >>> a former goldman sachs trader was found liable for his role in a fraud case involving a toxic mortgage deal. a federal jury here in new york found fabrice tourre guilty on tuesday. he was accused of leading investors that ultimately cost them $1 billion. it is unclear whether he will appeal. >>> american international group, the insurance company that received one of the most biggest and controversial controversial bailout packages during the financial crisis is reinstating its common stock dividend. it reported a net income of just over $2.5 billion in the last quarter. aig almost imploded after making big bets on investments that ultimately failed. >>> well, "rolling stone" magazine made
.com and talk to a headache specialist. >>> frank lloyd wright is arguably one of america's best known architects. arguably one of the best known architects. as dean reynolds tells us, they may be popular with tourists, but they are very difficult to sell. >> reporter: this is the third summer that juan and clair montenegro are trying to sell their highland park home. are these the original floors? >> from here back to the dining room, that i are the original floors. >> reporter: for 20 years they've loved it here, inside and out. do you have to keep it brownish? >> yeah. >> reporter: that's because this is a frank lloyd wright house. with its wide open space, its use of natural colors, lots of natural light, and signature windows. these homes are iconic, so you don't mess with them. >> i think it's beautiful the way it is, but you don't want to change a thing. >> reporter: you can alter the backs or sides of a frank lloyd wright house, but not the front unless you want enraged preservationists showing up on your doorstep. they bring on special buyers but they're not always an easy sel
-of-pocket expense. no one in america should go broke because of an illness. >> reporter: the white house defended its decision pointing out that next year's out-of-pocket pharmacy costs even at $6,350 is still a good deal for patients. right now there are no protections on drug patients in a drive to put this law into place. wyatt andrews, cbs news, washington. >>> well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," violence in egypt. the latest on the deadly clash between police and protesters. >>> plus, the controversy over the repairs on the martin luther king memorial. why it won't be ready for the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. >>> and the co-host of "the talk" sara gilbert is in the studio, studio 57. she's going to talk about a new book. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, august 14. good to have you on board. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 4
. >> the decision making happens from the white house. we know that when america decides that it's time for assad to be put down, then it will happen. >> reporter: the obama administration claims assad has ordered the use of chemical weapons in the past. jerica duncan, cbs news, new york. >>> now to egypt where former president hosni mubarak is expected to be released from prison today. he'll be placed under house arrest possibly at a military hospital. the court ordered to release mubarak is causing further tension in a country already over the edge. alex ortiz is in cairo. alex, egypt is still reeling from bloody clashes this month. so how does mubarak's release complicate an already tense situation? >> reporter: hi. good morning. well, yes, the prime minister using his state of emergency powers has elected to place mubarak under house arrest following his release at some point today. many people here who back ousted president mohammed morsi though are seizing on this to assert that what's really happened here over the last month and a half, all that really means is a return of the mubarak secu
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